Home Comfort Tips

Isaac In the Community: Shirley’s Playland

No Better Tribute to the Matriarch of the Isaac Family Shirley Isaac, wife of Jim Isaac (whose father founded Isaac in 1945) and mother of current owners, Ray, Mike, Dave and Ken Isaac, passed away in October 2016. Shirley and her husband Jim (a past Rochester Rotary president) have passionately supported the Rochester Rotary Sunshine… Read More

Isaac University Coursework Now Eligible for MCC Credits

Isaac University

Isaac University Coursework Now Eligible for MCC Credits In August 2018, Isaac announced that its nationally recognized Isaac University (Isaac U) is partnering with Monroe Community College (MCC) in Rochester. This partnership also makes Isaac U coursework completed by Isaac technicians eligible for up to 18 college credits at MCC. Isaac U’s program features full-time… Read More

Changing Lives and Creating Meaningful Careers

Isaac University Did you know that Isaac technicians receive more hands-on training in the first six weeks of their employment than installers and service staff at other heating and air conditioning companies typically receive over the course of their careers? This extensive training is offered by Isaac University. This is the dedicated training center of… Read More

The Benefits of Tankless Hot Water Heaters

Hot Water – On Call How much hot water do you really use? Most households require one hour of hot water a day. Yet, most homes will heat the water for 24 hours a day…so it’s ready when you need it. In the end, that’s 23 hours of hot water constantly heated to 125 degrees… Read More

See The Light…Install A Standby Generator

  When you live in Western and Central New York, you never know what you’re going to get when it comes to the weather.  A sudden thunderstorm, an early winter ice event, an overnight blizzard, downed power lines…in any of these cases, power outage is probable. If you own a home or a small business,… Read More

Get Your Home Ready for Winter

Eight Easy Ways to Get Your Home Winter-Ready It’s not too early to start thinking about getting your home ready for winter. Here are some simple and effective ways for you to better lock in home comfort as winter returns. 1. Seal Cracks and Crevices Even the slightest crack inside or outside your home can… Read More

The Connected Home

Google … Turn Up The Heat! “Okay Google, play Cold As Ice by Foreigner” … “Hey Google, start the dryer in 10 minutes” … “Okay Google, grill me a steak” … (okay, maybe that’s going a bit too far!) Phrases like these are familiar as home automation (“Smart Home”) becomes a reality. From doorbells to… Read More

How to Handle a Flooded Basement

Storms, broken sump pumps and other challenges can lead to a flooded basement. There are important steps that you should be aware of to keep your home safe. The Potential Hazards in Your Flooded Basement Initially you may be concerned about the physical damage water causes to your finished walls, carpeting or floors. Also, standing… Read More

Choosing a Quality Career at Isaac

For Technicians Who Want to Join a Professional Organization. If you want to truly become an Heating and Air Conditioning (HVAC) professional and do things the right way every time, we can help you get there. Isaac has a direct route for you to learn the trades. Whether you want to focus on heating and… Read More

Air Quality That Will Take Your Breath Away

So, Keep Cool and Get Comfortable. You know that feeling when your house feels cool, but it’s still sticky and uncomfortable? One of the best ways to improve effectiveness of your air conditioning and ensure comfort is with variable capacity and multi-stage air conditioning. Variable capacity adapts to your home on any day of the… Read More

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